VDKA 6100 is proud to bring you Tomorrow at Tribeca, an evening editorial series that highlights the next day’s TFF 2014 screenings, events, and panels.VDKA 6100 is dedicated to keeping movie lovers and Festival enthusiasts current on all the latest, breaking Festival news.  

Yesterday was an exciting day. Damon Albarn performed at the Lincoln Music Event®, and  Gabriel and Dior and I premiered on TFF screens. Today was filled with screenings for Alex of Venice, Time is Illmatic, and the fun only continues tomorrow. Check out what's going on and plan your day:

Tickets are still available for:

House of Cards' Corey Stoll stars in Glass Chin from New York director Noah Buschel; The Kidnapping of Michel Houellebecq tells the tale of a famous author's disappearance, and coming-of-age story Beneath the Harvest Sky hits TFF screens, and Shorts programs Before Long and Moral Fibers start. Plus, Brides offers a unique glimpse into families separated by prison, and Ice Poison examines the life of a desperate farmer. 

Documentaries Mala Mala, Keep On Keepin' On, Maravilla, and more make their way to TFF screens. 

Click here for a complete list of the day's screenings. 

 

 

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About AlexLife PartnersFive Star, and Time is Illmatic

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Events

Tribeca Talks® Pen to Paper: Adaptation

We talk to TFF 2014 filmmakers Stephen Belber (Match), Melanie Griffiths (Lucky Them), Aaron Katz (Land Ho!), and Adam Rapp (Loitering with Intent), as well as writer/director Amy Berg, about how to adapt someone else's words for the screen. Moderated by Screen International's Mark Adams, this is a free event and requires no tickets. 

Tribeca Talks® Industry: The Cutting Room - An Insight to the Edit Suite

Legendary film editor Thelma Schoonmaker shares stories from her incredible career and collaborations with Martin Scorcese. This event is free, but you must have tickets

 

Tribeca Talks® After the Movie: Champs 

Boxing icons Mike Tyson and Evander Holyfield and boxing promoter Lou DiBella discuss life and rivalry both in and out of the ring. This event is free with your ticket.

 

Keep On Keepin' On: Movie & Music 

After the premiere of documentary Keep On Keepin' On, about jazz great Clark Terry, join us for a tribute concert with Quincy Jones, Diane Reeves, and special guests Herbie Hancock and Esperanza Spalding. 

Tribeca Drive-In® : Next Goal Wins

The story of the soccer team with the biggest heart and drive is presented as part of the Tribeca Drive-In® Series, sponsored by AT&T and presented by Brookfield Place

 

What's Happening Sunday, April 20th?

Leave the eggs, take the chocolate bunny. There's a full day of screenings ahead of you: 

In Your Eyes, the supernatural romance written by Joss Whedon and directed by Brin Hill premieres. Not to miss: Boulevard from Dito Montiel, Traitors, Bad Hair, and more.